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National Cancer Control Programme

The National Cancer Control Programme works with health service providers to prevent cancer, treat cancer, and increase survival and quality of life for those who develop cancer, by converting the knowledge gained through research, surveillance and outcome evaluation into strategies and actions.

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Children’s Health
Ireland at Crumlin

Children's Health Ireland at Crumlin is an acute paediatric teaching hospital employing approximately 1900 WTE staff.
It is Ireland's largest paediatric hospital and is responsible nationally for the provision of
the majority of quarternary and tertiary healthcare services for children. 

Irish Cancer Society

The Irish Cancer Society is the national cancer charity in Ireland, providing information about cancer prevention, detection, treatment and support. We are a community of patients, survivors, volunteers, supporters, health and social care professionals and researchers. Together we are transforming the experiences and outcomes of people affected by cancer through our advocacy, support services and research.

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